The chip giant's retail partners are slicing prices on gaming PCs for this week-long event. Here are 10 of the best sales you'll find.
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The latest in Intel's line of Canyon-nicknamed Next Unit of Computing Extreme PC kits, the Beast version comes equipped with either the latest Core i9 CPU or unlocked Core i7 processor and support for a full-size graphics card in a small-form-factor chassis with the familiar skull logo.
The new entry-level models range from a traditional tower to a slimmer small-form-factor system to a miniscule PC that can still house an Nvidia mobile workstation graphics card.
Based around the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 graphics card, the Starter PC is designed for those who are looking to dip their toe into the gaming PC water without breaking the bank.
The EliteOne 800 All-in-One G6 PC offers more power than a typical all-in-one with optional GeForce RTX 2070 graphics, while the Collaboration All-in-One G6 with built-in Zoom Room integration.
Inside the aluminum-and-glass mini-chassis resides a modular tray that includes up to an Intel Core i9 processor and an Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 GPU. DIYers will eventually be able to purchase the case separately as the Tomahawk N1.
Also known as Ghost Canyon NUC 9 Extreme, the high-performance mini-PC can support up to an unlocked Core i9 processor, while the 9 Pro is Intel's first Next Unit of Computing workstation.
While NEC Personal Computers, a joint venture between NEC and Lenovo, has been producing PCs in Japan since 2011, its systems haven't reached American shores for some time. The new LaVie lineup of two laptops and an all-in-one desktop will change that when they become available this March.
The new notebooks will feature the latest mobile graphics cards and optimized displays, though neither will be available in North America. The IdeaCentre PC is coming to America, but not until October and at an $1,100 starting price point.
We combed through Lenovo's Black Friday 2019 ad and found the best tech deals from its sale.